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  • Controls target M2M
    New hardware and software from Opto 22 uses the familiar Internet Protocol (IP) to link machine processes such as sensor and production data with enterprise software. New hardware and software from uses the familiar Internet Protocol (IP) to link machine processes such as sensor and production data
  • IR Remote Control Transmitter
    . The infrared spectrum provides less ambient noise than other spectrums of light, like visible PHILIPS RC5 PROTOCOL light, and this makes infrared ideal for inexpensive reliable communication. The RC5 protocol is a common IR transmission proto- To create an IR control link, one needs a transmitter
  • Medical Device Link .
    20 companies, some of which have integrated the CAN module with a microcontroller. Because CAN is a data-link-layer protocol, it specifies only basic communication services. Users must specify an application layer and a communication profile, which defines the use of identifiers, configuration
  • Medical Device Link .
    monitoring. The ability to connect to a network and automate data transfer brings tremendous flexibility in the deployment model of the medical devices. Taking full advantage of the control functions available in the current data-transfer protocols, such as the RS-232 interface, the external networks can
  • Wireless control gets a highpriority
    New wireless LANs handle real-time audio and video through methods that may come in handy for factory networks. World's fastest I/O node? Visible (bottom) mounted on the wheel well of the Our Team Pontiac is the Opto 22 SNAP I/O rack holding a wireless link. The I/O system beams back data about
  • Medical Device Link .
    , including inventory replenishment, peer review of quality control data, analyzer software upgrades, test counts for cost-per-reportable invoicing, and real-time troubleshooting alerts. Laboratorians no longer have to be in a laboratory to monitor the health of an instrument, and manufacturers can
  • Medical Device Link .
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicate that a number of microbes have been implicated as causing nosocomial infections through the years. The microbes responsible for these infections include the following: CDC also suggests that increases in nosocomial infections can
  • Medical Device Link .
    Introducing Wireless Remote Control and Monitoring into Medical Applications Connectivity options for new and legacy equipment include a choice of wireless technologies with HIPAA compatibility. Harold Yin, Shahin Hatamian, and John Halloran Promoting the general use of electronic health records

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